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This 5 star cottage offers the perfect setting for a family holiday on the Mid Wales coast. Relax by the seaside, go walking and cycling in peaceful countryside, watch the red kites being fed and visit some of the area's range of family attractions. These include the Animalarium, King Arthur's Labyrinth, the amenities of Aberystwyth and a Railway Trip to Devils Bridge with its famous Waterfalls.
Open plan kitchen and living room with country style oak furniture, kitchen area with slate tiled flooring, dining table and 6 chairs, fridge freezer, cooker, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Sitting area with oak flooring, 3 piece suite with seating for 6 people, coffee table, nest of tables, freeview T.V. & DVD and wood burning stove (logs provided).
From the living room there's 1 step to hallway with back door to patio with washing line and table and 6 chairs.
Family bathroom with over bath shower and slate tile flooring. 2 more steps to bedrooms.
First bedroom with oak flooring and en-suite shower room with slate tile flooring. King size and single beds, dressing table, ottoman, bedside cabinets and T.V.
Second bedroom with oak flooring, King size and single beds, dressing table, ottoman, bed side cabinets and T.V.
Large enclosed garden with patio furniture, gas barbecue and clothes line. Lawn with driveway and parking inside front gates.
Bed linen and towels provided.
Heating and electricity included.
Travel cot, high chair and stair gate available. Please bring your own cot bedding with you.
Plastic plates and bowls for children provided.
Free private parking.
1 dog welcome.
Wood burning stove in lounge and storage heaters.
Beautiful beaches within 7 miles at Borth and Ynys Las, with the popular seaside town of Aberystwyth just 8 miles away.
Plenty of rural and mountain walks. Public foot paths convenient also coastal path at Borth 6 miles away.
Cycle path for 3 miles approximately from village along main road and many other cycle paths within a few miles. Also endless rural roads for walking and cycling.
Dyfi Mountain Biking - all routes start from Machynlleth. 11 miles
Nant yr Arian Mountain Biking Centre - one of the premier Mountain Biking centres in Wales. 14 miles
R.S.P.B. at Ynyshir, Dyfi Osprey Project, Red Kite Feeding Centre at Nant yr Arian.
Within 7 miles of Borth Golf Club. 9 miles to Aberystwyth Golf Club. 12 miles to Machynlleth Golf Club. Other smaller Golf Clubs available at Capel Bangor and Rhydyfelin.
Up a private lane, Llety'r Graig cottage, Mid Wales is one of two adjoining south facing cottages in a beautiful rural valley with excellent views of rolling hills. Within 7 miles of two sandy beaches on the Mid Wales coast and 8 miles from Aberystwyth. Tal-y-bont village (1 mile) has 2 good pubs, shop, garage and children's play area. Enjoy this attractive valley which is convenient to both the Seaside and the Cambrian Mountains with walking and cycling opportunities.
The University and Seaside town of Aberystwyth includes the National Library, Museum and Castle and a range of amenities including a Leisure Centre, plenty of shops, Golf Course and even a Narrow Gauge Railway leading to Devils Bridge with its famous Waterfalls and many lovely walks. The Aberystwyth area offers some spectacular landscapes and scenery, as featured on Hinterland / Y Gwyll; a ground-breaking, dual-language detective drama set against the stunning backdrop of West Wales.
The Ancient Capital of Wales, Machynlleth is 11 miles north and offers walks and cycle trails, an unique shopping experience, Leisure Centre, Golf Course, Wales' first Parliament House dating back to the 15th Century and the oldest Street Market in Britain every Wednesday. A few more miles North is the Centre for Alternative Technology and just a little further is the Corris Craft Centre and King Arthur's Labyrinth.
Other things to do and see in the area include the Ynys Hir Nature Reserve and Sand dunes, walking, cycling, sightseeing, seaside, golfing and fishing. The Silver and Lead Mines at Llywernog and the Water Falls and Steps at Devils Bridge are also well worth a visit.
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